How can I classify my artwork images?

Artfinder now requires sellers to classify the images of all in-stock, published artworks. Correctly classifying your artwork images will allow Artfinder to provide more accurate feedback about shop optimisation, and will ensure your artworks are included in relevant promotions and features.

You can classify your artworks in one of two ways:

  1. Edit each artwork individually by going to the Dashboard → Artworks → Edit
  2. Bulk editing their artwork images by going to the Dashboard → Artworks → Bulk edit

Notes:

  • The bulk-edit view will only include published and in-stock artworks
  • All artworks will remain published even if their images are unpublished
  • If you edit a published artwork’s images, you won’t be able to save unless they’re classified

How to classify an image manually

  1. Click the Dashboard icon at the top of www.artfinder.com
  2. Select the Artworks tab
  3. Choose an artwork then click Options → Edit artwork
  4. Go to Manage Images
  5. Select your classification under each image
  6. Click Save

Note: You will get an error if you do not have one full-frontal image or if you haven’t classified all images

How to classify an image using the bulk-editor

  1. Click the Dashboard icon at the top of www.artfinder.com
  2. Select the Artworks tab
  3. Click Bulk edit artwork images
  4. Proceed to classify your images (there are 5 images per page for you to edit)
  5. Click Save

Notes:

  • You will get an error if you do not have one full-frontal image or if you haven’t classified all images
  • You can choose to “skip” an artwork if you want to go back to it later
  • To see all artworks you’ve chosen to skip, click “Include previously skipped artworks"

Classification rules and restrictions

  1. All images must be classified
  2. An artwork can only be published/saved if there is a "Full-Frontal" image set
  3. Only one "Full-Frontal" image per artwork is allowed
  4. Existing auto-generated in-context images will remain unaffected

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